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Is Best for the News
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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1905.
DANIEL H. CASE
Attorney at Law
WAILUKU" : : :
J. M. VIVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
offices: kepoikai block
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI.
C. II. DICKEY
Attokney and Cr.UNCKM.oit at Law
37 S. King St. HONOLULU.
Business from Maui people es
At a Monster Mass Meeting Its Citizens Endorse
Judge Kepoikai As Gubernatorial Successor
to George R. Carter.
Sent His Resignation To President
Roosevelt Yesterday Senator
Mitchell on Trial.
Criminal Proceedings May Occur Against
Equitable Insurance Co. Slopped
A Boycott Meeting.
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Immediately on receipt of the wireless message from Honolulu announcing that George II. Carter had placed
lis resignation as Governor with President Roosclvelt a monster mass meeting of the citizens of Maui was hold on Mar-
cot Street for the purpose of endorsing a candidate for Governor. The Honorable II. P. Baldwin was the first choice
but as he llatly refused to permit h'is name to bo used, Circuit Judgo A. N. Kepoikai became tho unamious choice of the
To those who wore on Maui during the recent county election it was a pleasing sight to see how quick tho pcoplo
were to forget their potty party differences when it came to an issue in which tho welfare of tho whole, island was at
The speakers of tho evening woro tho Hon. J. W. Kalua, D. II. Case, J. M. Vivas, W. F. Crockett, Rev. J. Kokipi,
Sonator A. N. Ilaysoldon and J. N. K. Kcola. '
In asking for tho endorsement of Judgo Kepoikai by tho people tho speakers called attention to tho fact that
vauai had been honored by placing Sanford 13. Dole in the governors chair; that Oahu had likewise been honored in the
icrson of George R. Carter, and now Maui had the logical right to endorse and ask for tho apppointmont A. N. Kopoi
kai, a man who is son of the soil,a man who claims the highest respect of every man, woman and child on Maui; a man
who has always been true to his party; a man who had hold responsible position under tho territory in tho Judicial
and under tho Executive and who tilled theso offices with credit to himself and his party and to tho people.
Sonator Ilaysoldon who was tho last speaker of tho evening but one, spoko from tho crowd and njiid that it gave
him great pleasure to endorse Judge Kepoikai and that ho know that tho Republicans, Democrats and Homo Rulers of
Lahaina would support his endorsement without a second becoming necessary.
Tho following committee of fifteen representing all thrco parties woro appointed to draft a resolution to bo for
warded to President Roosevelt; Hon. II. P. Baldwin, D. II. Case, L. M. Baldwin, Hon. W. J. Coelho, Hon. A. N. Ilay
soldon, J. M. Vivas, T. Clark, Dr. J. II. Raymond, lion. S. E. Kaiuo, T. B. Lyons, W. T. Robinson, C. L. Kookoo, J. E
Kokipi, W. F. Kaao and W. II. Cqrnwoll. '
Tho following resolution drafted by them was read to the people who seconded it mid rousing choors:
"Resolved, that wo, tho citizens of tho Third Representative. District in mass meeting assembled, inrcspectivo of
our. political affiliations, do hereby unanimously endorse tho Honorable A. N. Kepoikai, Circuit Judgo of tho Second
Judicial Circuit for tho office of Governor of tho Territory of Hawaii."
After somo further expression from the pcoplo present the meeting adjourned.
A signed copy of tho resolution will go forward today by tho stoamcr'Maui to tho .Central Committee to bo for
warded to Washington.
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T. B. Lyons candidate for shoriff on tho Fusion tickot acted as chairman, and S. Kcliinoi, candidate for deputy
sheriff of Wailuku district was sccrotary. Hon. W. J. Coolho interpreted.
"I havo advised President Roosevelt to accept my resignation, and have urged him to select my successor," sail
Govornor Carter to tho Advertiser. There has boon a lot of discussion of tho attitudo of tho Governor smco tho elec
tion, tho town being filled with all sorts of rumors, and in tho unsettled stato of tho public mind it was deemed best to
got a statement from tho Govornor himself if ho thought that tho timo had como to make if.
"My resignation was written, as a matter of fact, on Juno G. I showed it to ono or two of my friends, and they
asked mo to tako timo for reconsideration before acting tinallv. to bo suro that it was not an impulse. I havo taken
timo, and havo only been tho moro determined to take tho courso that I had marked out for myself.
"In accordance with that determination, I wroto to tho Presidont by tho last steamer, onclosing my resignation
which I bogged him to accept.
Something of a sonsation was 1
experienced last Tuesday evening
about nine o'clock when tho elec
tion returns from Waihce precinct
wore received at Wailuku turning
what should havo been another
glorious and completo republican
victory into a defeat .of two of the
district candidates. In all other
respects Maui County showed a
decided change of political heart
from tho last county election and
should bo an object lesson to party
jumpers that antogonism to thoir
party does not always spell elec
tion. And this same antogonism
acts as a boomerang and places
thein in tho list of al60 rans.
Tho defeat of the republica'n
candidates for supervisor and de
puty sheriff of Wailuku district,
can t)o laid to tho venomous and
' false uttering of the sore-heads.
In the Wailuku district tho bat
tle was probably fought tho hard
est and that somo moro minute in
structions on bow to mark a bal
lot aro necessary, is shown by tho
number of tickets which had both
candidates for supervisor or for
two of tho threo candidates for
sheriff marked, thus nullifying that
portion of tho ballot. All manner
of scratching was indulged in; re
publican tickets with straight
marking exespt tho ollico of sheriff;
or clerk, or deputy sheriff, or
supervisor or for county attorney.
Tho samo can bo said of tho fusion
Tho precincts in which a split
tickot was voted was in tho second
precinct which split for Lyons and
Kahaulolio. Fourth precinct con
sidered a fusion ono, spjit for Saf
fory, sheriff; Wilcox, c6unty audi
tor; Hcnning for supervisor, and
C. U. Lindsay for doputy sheriff.
Sixth precinct, another homo rule
precinct, elected Baldwin treasurer;
Wilcox, auditor; and Kcliinoi de
puty sheriff. Eighth precinct, in
which is included Kalcpolcpo and
Kaluaihakoho, went straight fusion
with the exception of Wilcox for
auditor in place of Kahaulolio.
Twelfth and thirtheenth precincts
followed suit to tho eighth elect
ing Wittrock in placo of Kaleo,
independent nomineo cudorsed by
tho fusion tickot.
Fifteonth precinct split tho
fusion ticket by olecting Wilcox,
auditor, and W. E. K. Maikai in
dependent candidate for deputy
sheriff. Sixteonth precinct wont
straight republican with tho ex
ception of Kalua for sheriff and
Vivas for county attornoy. Seven
teenth precinct elected Lyons
sheriff; Kaao, clerk; Kahaulelio,
auditor; Vivas attornoy; Crowell
treasurer. Meyers, supervisor and
Beckley deputy sheriff.
Twentieth precinct went republi
can for clerk, auditor, attorney
supervisor and doputy shoriff, tiei'
for treasurer and fusion for
Tho precincts which voted
straight republican were tho third
seventh, ninth, tenth, eleventh
forteenth and nineteenth. Waihce
was tho only precinct which went
solid fusion, In tho Wailuku dis
trict there was ono ballot rejected
and Puunone oight. liana rejected
fourteen ballots. Wailuku cast
out tho vote for the oflico of, sheriff
or supervisor fourteen tickets whoro
moro than ono candidate had been
RUSSIA MOBOLIZING TROOPS.
Sugar 8:125 Beets 10a lOJd.
HONOLULU, Juno 23. Gov
ernor Carter has placed his re
signation in tho hands of Presi
ST. PETERSBURG, June 23.
General Linovilch has 'renortotl
:i pause in tho Japanese advance.
It is rumored that tho Russians
MOSCOW, Juno 23. Notices
havo been posted of a forth coming
mobilization of troops.
BATTLEBORO, Mass. Juno 23.
Mary Rogers tho convicted mur
deress has been renrioved until
December to pormit of an appeal
to bo made to tho Supremo Court.
NEW YORK, Juno 23. There
is a possibility of criminal proceed
ings in tho Equitable Lifo Ins. Co.
as a result of tho report of Frick.
ST. PETERSBURG, Juno 22.
It is believed hero that hostilities'
in Manchuria have once moro en
tered upon a serious stage.
LONDON, Juno 22. Tho Com
mission appointed to investigate
the giving up of Port Arthur has
found that tho surrender was justi
TIENTSIN, Juno 22. Tho Vice
roy has prohibited students from
lolding a meeting called for tho
purposo of boycotting American
PHILADELPHIA, June 22.
Tho City Trust Safe Doposit Com
pany has been forced to suspend,
owing to tho result of forgeries
committed by banker Gaskill, re
PORTLAND, Oregon, Juno 22.-
Tho trial of U. S. Senator Mit
chell has commenced.
LONDON, Juno 20. Great
Britain has not advised Japan re
garding its action in tho present
In military circles it is belioved
that Oyama is in a position to
crushingly defeat Linevitch.
WASHINGTON, Juno 20.
Secretary of Stato John Hay has
resumed his duties. America will
participate in tho Morocco confer
ence if tho other Powers generally
WASHINGTON, Juno 20
Tho Loomis-Brown case has been
settled in favor of Looniis, who iB
Assistant Secretary of State. Min
ister Bowen will probably be drop-'
ped from tho diplomatic service.
TOKIO, Japan, Juno 20. It is
belioved that tho Peace Envoys
will sail for Washington on Juno
STOCKHOLM, Juno 19. The
Swedish Conservative papers open
ly advocato war, urging tho mobi
lization of troops and demanding
tho cession of the northern pro
vinces of Norway to Sweden aB tho
price for tho dissolution of tho
WASHINGTON, Juno 19.
Secretary Hay has had a confer
ence with the Presidont rclutfvo to
tho ontortainmont to bo provided
for tho conimiesionors to nieot hero
1 to nogotiato tcrmB of peace between
Japan and Russia.